The real estate degree at Missouri State can be completed in eight regular semesters. However, a four-year graduation plan does not take into account dual credit or transfer credit that you may bring upon admission to the University. Please remember that course availability and prerequisites are subject to change. Check out the course rotations before scheduling your classes and consult with your advisor when scheduling your classes.
BS Four-Year Degree Plan: Real Estate
This is a model four year degree plan. Your path to graduation may vary slightly based on factors such as college credit you earned while in high school, your choice of general education electives, and placement in English and Mathematics.
This degree program can be completed in eight semesters.
The following degree plan is based on the general education program instituted in fall 2014. For the previous general education requirements, please access these Student Transition Resources.
First semester (fall)
|ENG 110 Writing I||3|
|GEP 101 First-Year Foundations||2|
|MTH 135 or above||3|
|PSY 121 Introductory Psychology||3|
|Natural World with Lab||4|
Second semester (spring)
|CIS 200 Critical and Creative Thinking Using Information Technology||3|
|COM 115 Fundamentals of Public Speaking||3|
|ECO 155 Principles of Macroeconomics||3|
|PLS 101 American Democracy and Citizenship||3|
|Human Cultures - Humanities||3|
Third semester (fall)
|ACC 201 Introduction to Financial Accounting||3|
|CIS 201 Computer Applications for Business||3|
|ECO 165 Principles of Microeconomics||3|
|MGT 286 Business Communications||3|
|Human Cultures - Arts||3|
Fourth semester (spring)
|ACC 211 Introduction to Managerial Accounting||3|
|LAW 231 Legal Environment of Business||3|
|QBA 237 Basic Business Statistics||3|
Fifth semester (fall)
|FIN 266 Principles of Real Estate||3|
|FIN 380 Financial Management||3|
HST 121 Survey of the History of the United States to 1877|
or HST 122 Survey of the History of the United States Since 1877
|LAW 332 Debtor and Creditor Rights and Remedies||1|
|MGT 340 Principles of Management||3|
|MKT 350 Principles of Marketing||3|
Sixth semester (spring)
ENG 210 Writing II: Writing Across the Disciplines|
or ENG 221 Writing II: Writing for the Professions
|FIN 368 Real Estate Law||3|
|FIN 384 Financial Markets and Intermediaries||3|
|FIN 390 Intermediate Financial Management||3|
|MKT 364 Operations Management||3|
Seventh semester (fall)
|FIN 367 Principles of Real Estate Appraisal||3|
|INS 211 Insurance||3|
LAW 335 Business Enterprises, Rights/Liabilities|
or LAW 532 Legal Environment of Business Organizations for Professionals
|Real Estate List*||3|
*Real Estate List Courses*
AGB-354 - Land Economics
ECO-450 - Urban & Regional Geography
GRY-322 - Urban Geography
INS-313 - Property & Liability Insurance
LAW-550 - Negotiation, Mediation, & Arbitration in Business
PLN-371 - History & Introduction to Planning
PLN-571 - Land Use Planning
TCM-121 - Construction Principles & Practice
TCM-122 - Construction Materials & Methods
TCM-221 - Construction Drawings & Quantity Take-Off
TCM-320 - Construction Contracts, Specifications, & Law
GPA & credit hour requirements
Electives, as needed to bring total credit hours to 125 and upper division hours (300+) to 40.
GPA requirements include a minimum 2.00 Missouri State GPA and a minimum 2.50 combined GPA to be guaranteed admission to the College of Business.
GPA requirements include: a minimum 2.00 MSU GPA and a minimum 2.50 combined GPA to be guaranteed admission to a degree program in COB.
Other requirements include: *These courses should be completed in the first 60 hrs.
Periodicity Warning: RINS 312, INS 314, FIN 581 (spring only); INS 538 (fall only)